New zoo baby! The Cincinnati Zoo welcomes black and white Colobus monkeys

The Cincinnati Zoo welcomes a new black and white colobus monkey. Zoo officials say the Colobus monkey was born to parents Anza and Tiberius on Tuesday evening. This is the fourth baby monkey born to Anza and Tiberius. Baby black and white Colobus monkeys are born snow white with pink faces and blue eyes, according to the Cincinnati Zoo. This makes it easy for mothers and families to see them in their native African rainforest canopies, zoo officials said. The monkey will turn to its adult coloring by about 6 months of age. The monkey was just born during the 36th Annual Zoo Babies Celebration at the Cincinnati Zoo. Throughout the month of May, large signs mark the places where babies and expectant mothers can be found in the zoo. “Apparently there was a good amount of monkey business going on during the pandemic,” said Thane Maynard, director of the Cincinnati Zoo. “There are babies all over the zoo. Reptiles, mammals, insects and lots of birds! “Zoo Babies runs through May 31st. The event is free with regular admission to the zoo. The zoo opens daily at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.

The Cincinnati Zoo welcomes a new black and white colobus monkey.

According to zoo officials, the Colobus monkey was born to parents Anza and Tiberius on Tuesday evening. This is the fourth baby monkey born to Anza and Tiberius.

Baby black and white Colobus monkeys are born snow white with pink faces and blue eyes, according to the Cincinnati Zoo. This makes it easy for mothers and families to see them in their native African rainforest canopies, zoo officials said.

The monkey will take on its adult coloring when it is approximately 6 months old.

The monkey was just born during the 36th Annual Zoo Babies Celebration at the Cincinnati Zoo.

In May, large signs mark the places where babies and expectant mothers can be found in the zoo.

“Apparently there was a lot of monkey business going on during the pandemic,” said Thane Maynard, director of the Cincinnati Zoo. “There are babies all over the zoo. Reptiles, mammals, insects and lots of birds! “

Zoo Babies runs through May 31st. The event is free with regular admission to the zoo. The zoo opens daily at 10 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m.

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